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"The Chronicler" Webcast

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010: Join three Old Testament scholars as they share information, ideas and insights on the book of Chronicles. This ninety-minute presentation, sponsored by the Brethren Academy for Ministerial Leadership, is available below.

Additionally, a series of ten podcasts, one to accompany each chapter of the book, has been created. These podcasts are based on the chapters of the book, The Chronicler, part of the Covenant Bible Studies series. They are designed to accompany Bible studies using The Chronicler, and will also be available through Bethany Seminary’s Webcast Central page. Copies of this book, written by Bob Neff and Frank Ramirez, are available through Brethren Press. This book and the online resources make an excellent Bible study for any adult Christian education class!

Listen to the podcasts and/or download them through the Church of the Brethren Webcast Series site!


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--View the recording! (1:33)

Our presenters:

© Church of the Brethren/Cheryl Brumbaugh-Cayford
Robert W. Neff – professor emeritus of Old Testament at Bethany Theological Seminary, former general secretary of the Church of the Brethren, president emeritus of Juniata College, and current associate for resource development at The Village at Morrison’s Cove;
Ramirez Frank Ramirez – writer, storyteller, president of the Brethren Journal Association, and pastor of the Everett Church of the Brethren;
Schweitzer Steven Schweitzer – academic dean and associate professor of Old Testament Studies at Bethany Theological Seminary, and author of Reading Utopia in Chronicles.

For technical questions or assistance, please contact:

Enten Eller,
Director of Electronic Communication at Bethany Seminary, at
Enten@BethanySeminary.edu or 765-983-1831.

John Smith
(MDiv Connections)

classMy wife Barbara and I first visited Bethany in June 2009. After spending two days meeting with faculty and staff I returned home even more uncertain. Did I really want to devote the time this program required? Was I willing to learn computer skills that didn't even exist when I finished college in 1972? Was I willing to make the eight-hour drive that would occasionally be necessary? Was this really what God was calling me to do at this time in my life? From the very beginning, I came as I am, but went not as I came. Little did I know how this Bethany tag line would time and time again ring true for my educational experience.